The Long Reach of Childhood

How early experiences shape you forever

Therapy Thru the Magnifying Glass of Sherlock Holmes

Part One opened with: “Psychotherapy is not unlike forensic science in uncovering the clues that have not allowed you to live your potential—which is a crime.” Today’s blog is focused on a “crime of a dissolving marriage” and how, using the tools and principles of forensic science as explained in Part One, the "detective" (therapist) is "You," the reader. Read More

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Ditta M. Oliker, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in Los Angeles and the author of The Light Side of the Moon: Reclaiming Your Lost Potential.


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